Monday, 13 January 2014

Will Coulibaly be unleashed on Brewers?

Coulibaly is like an unpolished diamond. I believe Eddie Howe will make
him into a player that other teams will fear.
There is something inside me that says the FA Cup game this week is the kind of game where a fresh Coulibaly could come on to devastating effect. Mohamed Coulibaly or Mo as everyone calls him around the training pitch has not seen anywhere nearly enough playing time with the Cherries and must now be so keen to get his Cherries career back underway.

Coulibaly is strong, powerful and penetrative with his runs.
If he can add goals to his game he will be a star player at AFCB.
Burton Albion might be a smaller name than Real Madrid, Blackburn Rovers, Portsmouth or Watford but I am just willing to see him play no matter who it is against. Mo's injury has lingered just like the injury to Matt Ritchie. In many ways we knew what to expect when Ritchie came back from his period out on the sidelines, but with Coulibaly we have had very little chance to see him in a red and black shirt. Our opinions of him are but fleeting moments from a couple of games and while his wing play was lightening quick we really need to reacquaint ourselves with this nimble attacker.

While I was hoping that Mo would be in the squad for the Wigan game I am even more praying that he has been kept back by Eddie Howe to play some part in the Burton game. He would be a player that the opposition would know very much about and he could be the spark that puts a smile back on faces after last weekend's league result.

I am backing Mo to be on target against Burton Albion.
Surely Coulibaly is fit now to play some part in this FA Cup tie.
AFCB need someone to sparkle on a cold Tuesday night on the south coast. our wait could be over if Coulibaly has reason to put on his boots and bring back memories of his first couple of games for AFCB in pre-season.   

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